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MSNBC
Dec 22, 2012 1:00am PST
to not know what rick rolling was, allow me to demonstrate. in july 2011, the white house tweeted the following. fiscal policy is important, but it can sometimes be dry. and then they pasted a link there for people to click on. when you click on the link to find out about this dry fiscal policies thing, this is happen had when you clicked on the link. ♪ >> there. you have been rick rolled. congratulations. a rick roll is an internet made you look prank. you promise somebody that they're going to see something cool and interesting new, and then they click on the link and get. this always this. it's not like any song, it's always this song. and this song is from 1987 from a man who i'm sure is very nice person who is named rick astley. but his name is rick, so it's rick rolled. this is an old online joke. it's weird and annoying, but it's annoying on purpose. you not only don't get to see the noteworthy thing that you were promised that you were interested enough in to click be, you also get this song stuck in your head, and it stay there's forever. it's the rick roll, okay? well,
MSNBC
Dec 27, 2012 6:00pm PST
of the solution. so we have sent a bill to the house back in july, bipartisan bill that says what -- everybody says they don't want middle-class families to have their taxes go up, well, fine. why don't we start with something we can agree on, which is that? and just pass that. why doesn't the house just pass that? but as we know, the speaker couldn't even pass his own plan to say that up to a million dollars was exempt from tax cuts. so what they're doing is holding middle-class families hostage right now, trying to find some maneuver where the wealthiest people continue to get extra tax cuts that we just can't afford. so i'm not sure what's next. i can tell you the senate's here. we're in session. we had votes tonight. the president's here. i'm the eternal optimist. there are certainly things we can do including pass the farm bill that we passed last june that has $24 billion in savings by cutting subsidies for wealthy farmers. so there's a lot of things that we can do, but it's going to take the speaker deciding he wants to work across the aisle to get it done. >> but can the speaker work a
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